Patrick Conley is a resident of Asheville, North Carolina, where black bears are frequently spotted amid human dwellings. Despite the fact that they are entirely wild bears, they appear to be at ease and wander around calmly in the company of the inhabitants.
Simone, a black bear, appears behind the woods in the footage. She was a frequent visitor to his home, but she wasn’t alone this time.
She came to a halt and returned her gaze to the trees, when a litter of cubs appeared and raced to their mother. Patrick was ecstatic since this was the first time she had brought her cubs to his property, despite the fact that she had lived there for years.
The bear and her two cubs approached the porch with caution. Mother bear sniffed the area before allowing the cubs to climb in. They walked about the strange place with caution but curiosity.
When most people think of bears, they see a large, aggressive, and frightening animal. If they believe humans to be their friends, they can be tender and gentle. Patrick Conley and Simone, his bear pal, are a great example of this. They had spent years building mutual trust each time Simone visited his home, and this time she decided to confirm their relationship by showing him her children.
After a while, Simone and her cubs exited the porch. It had to be the cubs’ first visit to a human home because they couldn’t stop exploring. Simone, on the other hand, remained calm as ever, carefully following her offspring and waiting for them to play. When it was time, she gestured for them to return to the woods.
“I’m biased, but the cubs are the cutest things that have ever roamed these woods.” Patrick and Simone were already good friends, which is why he may feel as if he was just introduced to new members of Simone’s family. “This is what it means to co-exist and engage respectfully,” one commenter said on YouTube. You are being respectful by keeping a respectful distance and acting calm, understanding she is a wild animal with offspring.” She is being respectful by keeping her distance and being curious, but also cautious and not showing any signs of aggression, and you are being respectful by keeping a respectful distance and acting calm, understanding she is a wild animal with offspring.”
In Asheville, the black bear population is blooming partly due to their adaptation to living with humans.
Watch the video of Simone and her cubs on their visit to Patrick’s house below: